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Dec 7, 2013 7:45pm EST
in the middle can't overcome one child getting one of those teachers putting so much pull. >> how does that work? how does the unone do so much damage in the row of four? >> let's just say in that thing, the teacher above average, a good teacher, they are gaining a little. they are gaining a little bit. four in a row, you gain, if by chance you got four in a row of the 60% teacher, you gain, but the damage done by the two-thirds is losing a grade, losing an entire grade with the one teacher. that's what i'm referring to. i do want to clarify one thing, though, because that -- when you look at all the data, and you look at all the things that the book says, these are the things that you find that will close the gap. everyone goes to the thing, you know, fire the teachers, fire the teachers. that's not what the research says. if you say to me, you can only do one thing, that's not the thing i would do. you can only do two thingsing that's not what the research says to do. do three things, that's still not the thing to do. that is not -- everybody's attention is always on that, and that's not what
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